Veranstaltungen | Events - Part 20

posted by PP on 2005/04/03 11:10

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Two Conferences have to be announced. The first one starts next week (April 7-10 2005, Central European University, Budapest): Academic Migrations, Elite Formation and Modernisation of Nation States in Europe (second part of the 19th century - 1939)
The Conference languages will be English, French and German.

The other one starts at the End of April (28.4.-30.4.2005; in in Königswinter [near Bonn]): Policy Towards the Jews in the Newly Founded States of Southeastern and East Central Europe During the Interwar Period. A Comparative Index of Crisis and Identity-Policy
The Conference languages will be English and German.
Organized by Pasts Inc. Center for Historical Studies, Central European University (Budapest) and the research network "Academic migration within and to Europe" the international Conference Academic Migrations, Elite Formation and Modernisation of Nation States in Europe (second part of the 19th century - 1939) starts on April 7, 2005:

Thursday, April 7

  • 14.30 Welcome Speech: Professor Victor Karady (Central European University, Budapest)
  • 15.00 Opening Conference: Professor Helga Hammerstein (Trinity College, Dublin): Student migration - a challenge
16.00 Coffee Break
1st Session: Academic Migrations from European Periphery and from outside Europe, Chair: Victor Karady (Central European University, Budapest)
  • 16.30 Carolina Rodriguez Lopez (Instituto Antonio de Nebrija de estudios sobre la Universidad, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid):
    Apprendre à l'étranger ce dont nous avons besoin chez nous. Note sur les
    voyages d'études des universitaires espagnols (1900-1939)
  • 17.00 Nicolas Manitakis (Paris): Historiographie et sources sur les migrations d'études des Grecs: un bref aperçu.
  • 17.30 Arpine Maniero (München Universität): Armenische Studenten in Detuschland vom Ende des 19. bis zu Anfang des 20 Jhs. Forschungsstand und Quellenbasis
  • 18.00 Mohamed Dhifallah (Université de la Mannouba, Tunisie); Emigration des étudiants tunisiens en France: sources et historiographie
  • 18.30 Andreas de Boor (Martin-Luther Universität, Halle): Erfahrungen historisch-statistischer Untersuchungen zur Studentenmigration

Friday, April 8
2nd Session, morning: Academic Migrations from Eastern and Central Europe, Chair : Natalia Tikhonov (Geneva)

  • 9.30 Anatolij Ivanov (Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of
    Sciences, Moscow): Die russische Historiographie und ihre Quellen zur Geschichte der Studentenschaft im Ausland Ende des 19. - Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts
  • 10.00 Alexander Dmitriev (Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg): From Foreign Postgraduate Preparation to Soviet Academic Trip: State Regulation of Russian presence in the European "University Republic", 1910-1920
  • 10.30 Ljubinka Trgovcevic (Belgrade University): From Import of Elite to Creation of domestic Intelligentsia. State of research about academic migrations and elite formation in Serbia (1839-1914)
11.00 Coffee Break
  • 11.30 Lucian Nastasa (G. Baritiu History Institute, Romanian Academy of
    Sciences, Cluj): For a Prosopography of the Romanian Academic Migrations (1864-1948). Sources and Historiography
  • 12.00 Dimitar Veselinov (Université St. Clément, Sofia): Formation de l'élite bulgare (1878-1939): études préliminaires
  • 12.30 László Szögi (University Library, Budapest): Hungarian Students Migration Abroad. Results of the Last 10 Years of Investigations
13.00 Lunch
3rd Session, Afternoon: Foreign Students and Host Countries, Chair : Claudie Weill (EHESS, Paris)
  • 14.30 Hartmut R. Peter (Martin-Luther Universität, Halle): Quellen und Forschungen zur Geschichte des Ausländerstudiums in Deutschland. Kritische Bemerkungen zu zentralen Problemen
  • 15.00 Eva Bauer (European University, Florence): Bildungsmigration und national motivierte Studentenunruhen in der Habsburgermonarchie 1866-1915
  • 15.30 Zsuzsanna Heilauf (Budapest)
  • 16.00 Elisa Signori (Pavia University): Italian Universities and foreign Students (1900-1939)
16.30 Coffee Break
  • 17.00 Pierre Moulinier (Archiviste émérite au Ministère de la culture, Paris): Historiographie et sources de l'histoire des migrations étudiantes en France (1800-1940)
  • 17.30 Natalia Tikhonov (Geneva): Foreign students at Swiss universities: academic sources and statistical data
  • 18.00 Marc Vuilleumier (Geneva): Quelles sources sur la vie des étudiants slaves, juifs, arméniens, etc. en Suisse?
  • 18.30 Pieter Dhondt (Leuwen Catholic University): Foreign students at Belgian universities. A statistical and bibliographical approach

Saturday, April 10
4th Session, morning: Academic Migrations beyond Universities and new investigations, Chair : Elisa Signori (Università di Pavia)

  • 9.30 Claudie Weil (EHESS, Paris): Migrations étudiantes et nomadisme institutionnel
  • 10.00 Ewa Bobrowska-Jakubowska (Musée d'art américain, Giverny): La formation artistique: problème fondamental des jeunes créateurs en Pologne à la fin de la période des partages. Entre le pays et l'étranger
  • 10.30 Alexandre Kostov (Académie des sciences de Bulgarie, Sofia): Les étudiants balkaniques dans les écoles techniques françaises, XIXe - début du XXe siècle
  • 11.00 Florea Ioncioaia (Romania): To be confirmed
  • 11.30 Boris Czerny (Université de Caen) et Claudie Weill (EHESS, Paris): Candidats au départ : les correspondances de l'Association des étudiants russes de Paris, 1908-1911
  • 12.00 Nicolas Manitakis (Docteur en histoire de l'EHESS): Les étudiants migrants face aux Etats modernes bureaucratiques: les pérégrinations académiques sous tutelle étatique (fin XIXe siècle - première moitié du XXe siècle)
12.30 Lunch
14.00 - 16.00 Round table discussion
Editorial project on sources and historiography of Academic Migrations
within and to Europe

For further inquiries you may contact the conference organizers:
Victor Karady (Budapest)
Natalia Tikhonov (Geneva)
Hartmut R. Peter (Halle)



Organized by the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn and their Seminar für Osteuropäische Geschichte, supported by the Zeit-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, the Conference Policy Towards the Jews in the Newly Founded States of Southeastern and East Central Europe During the Interwar Period. A Comparative Index of Crisis and Identity-Policy? starts on April 28, 2005:

Thursday, 28.4.05 (Seminar für Osteuropäische Geschichte)

  • 18.30 h: Welcome and Introduction: Prof. Dr. Dittmar Dahlmann (Bonn)
  • 19.00 h: Public lecture: Prof. Dr. Ezra Mendelsohn (Jerusalem): Great Expectations and Rude Awakenings: The Jewish Experience in East Central Europe in the Interwar Period
Reception
22.00 h: Transfer to the Adam-Stegerwald-Haus in Königswinter (near Bonn)

Friday, 29.4.05 (Adam-Stegerwald-Haus in Königswinter)
9.00-11.00 h: Panel I: Poland, Latvia and Lithuania [Chair: Pascal Trees, M.A. (Bonn); Respondant: Prof. Dr. Albert Kotowski (Bonn)]

  • Dr. Klaus-Peter Friedrich (Marburg): Die politische Instrumentalisierung ethnischer Differenzen in Polen. Vom Einstellungsklischee der żydokomuna zur Lösung einer "jüdischen Frage" durch Auswanderung
  • PD Dr. Verena Dohrn (Hannover): Becoming Part of Latvian Politics. Daily News About the Jews in Latvia From the Jewish Point of View (1923-1934)
  • Dr. Egle Bendikaite (Vilnius): National Policy Towards Jews in Lithuania Between the Wars
11.00 h: Coffee break
11.30-12.30 h: Panel II: Soviet Union [Chair: Prof. Dr. Dittmar Dahlmann (Bonn); Respondant: Anke Hilbrenner, M.A. (Bonn)]
  • Prof. Dr. Heinz-Dietrich Löwe (Heidelberg): Bolsheviks and Jews. Social Change and Political Intervention
12.30 h: Lunch
14.30-17.00 h: Panel III: Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary [Chair: Prof. Dr. Albert Kotowski (Bonn); Respondant: Milan Kosanović, M.A. (Bonn)]
  • Prof. Dr. Milan Ristović (Belgrade): "Unsere" und "fremde" Juden. Juden
    in Jugoslawien von 1933 bis 1941
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Schulze Wessel (München): Juden in Politik und Gesellschaft der Ersten Tschechoslowakischen Republik
  • Dr. Krisztián Ungváry (Budapest): Sozial- und Siedlungspolitik und "Judenfrage" - Genese der antisemitischen Politik in Ungarn
17.00 h: Coffee break
17.30-18.30 h: Panel IV: Austria [Chair: Anke Hilbrenner, M.A. (Bonn); Respondant: Prof. Dr. Walter Manoschek (Vienna)]
  • Prof. Dr. Albert Lichtblau (Salzburg): Das fragile Korsett der Koexistenz: Österreich und die jüdische Bevölkerung
19.00 h: Dinner

Saturday, 30. April 2005 (Adam-Stegerwald-Haus in Königswinter)
9.30-11.30 h: Panel V: Bulgaria, Romania [Chair: Milan Kosanović, M.A. (Bonn); Respondant: PD Dr. Mariana Hausleitner (Munich)]

  • Dr. Dietmar Müller (Berlin): Jews in the Interwar Romanian Nation Code and Minority Politics: Between Paradigmatic and Incomparable Minority
  • Dr. Irina Ognyanova (Sofia): The Jews in Bulgaria in the Interwar Period
11.30 h: Coffee break
12.00-13.00 h: Closing discussion
13.00 h: Lunch and Farewell

Organizers:
Prof. Dr. Dittmar Dahlmann
Prof. Dr. Albert Kotowski
Anke Hilbrenner, M.A.

Veranstaltungsorte:
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Seminar für Osteuropäische Geschichte, Lennéstr. 1, D-53113 Bonn
Adam-Stegerwald-Haus, Hauptstr. 487, D-53639 Königswinter, Tel: +49-2223-7060

Contact and further Informations:
Anke Hilbrenner, Seminar für Osteuropäische Geschichte, Tel. +49-228-73- 73 93 ; -75 96, Fax +49-228-73-75 95


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